I was born in 1992, my father is a musician and my mother is a flight attendant. At a very early age I was exposed to many different cultures and had travelled the world before reaching my twenties through my mother’s job.
I picked up a camera at the age of ten and have been shooting ever since.
Filmmaker by trade, I studied cinema at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. In 2015, I was awarded the best Cinematography award by the Royal Television Society for my camera work on “Our Father” and “The Scribbler”.
Photography influences my work in cinematography, and cinematography influences my work in photography.